At Mooroolbark College, we are continuing our educational journey into the 21st Century with the integration of a Windows based notebook computer. As a result, students are a part of a structured Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program.
This program provides anytime, anywhere access to information and learning, equipping students with the skills they will need and their integration into a 24/7 global community. Our aim is to develop in students a high level of digital skills and knowledge which will enrich their lifelong learning and enhance their employment opportunities.
The BYOD program assists students to develop these skills, which greatly enhances a student’s success and engagement at school. These skills also prepare students for the world of work where technological competence is essential.
We have a series of recommended devices for your convenience that have been tested and proven for durability within a school setting. The minimum priced machine in the list provided on the portal is sufficient for all students to complete their daily tasks; however, we have sourced several models for you to choose from.
It is strongly recommended that you insure these devices as Mooroolbark College and The Department of Education and Training cannot accept any responsibility for theft, loss, damage or health effects (actual or potential) resulting from device use.
Edunet Purchase Options
We have partnered with Edunet to offer you devices with accessories including accidental damage options. Edunet have various payment options for your consideration.
Visit the Edunet Purchase Portal
Oxford Textbook & eBook Bundle
To support the BYOD initiative and minimise costs, Mooroolbark College uses Oxford Digital eBooks. Students in Years 7 – 9 can access the digital bundle for $164.95 (inc GST) per student through our textbook supplier Lilydale Books. The Bundle includes; Maths, Science, English, Humanities Textbook. Please see your book list for details on how to order.
If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact the College on 9727 8100.